In a formal ceremony held on Tuesday, Senate President, Godswill Akpabio swore in three recently elected senators as members of the 10th Senate.

The oath-taking event, conducted on the Senate floor, saw the inauguration of Mustapha Musa of the All Progressives Congress (APC) for Yobe East, Professor Anthony Ani of the APC for Ebonyi South, and Prince Pam Mwadkon of the Action Democratic Party (ADP) for Plateau North into their legislative roles.

Under the guidance of the Clerk of the Senate, Mr. Chinedu Akubueze, the new senators recited their oaths of office and allegiance as mandated by Senate protocol. Following their pledges, they were escorted to their respective seats by the Sergeant-At-Arms.

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The addition of these three senators alters the Senate’s political composition, with the distribution of lawmakers across various parties now standing at: APC – 59, PDP – 37, LP – 7, NNPP – 2, SDP – 2, APGA – 1, and ADP – 1.

This development further diversifies the legislative landscape, promising varied representation and perspectives in the Upper Chamber.